Monday, October 12, 2009

The Interloper

The Interloper, 11 x 14

The pear is the wolf in sheep's clothing--its stem looks ominous having said that. In this painting I was getting the last painting opportunity out of the Star Krimson pear before it became breakfast. My girls definitely preferred the Taylor's Gold over the Star Krimson.....much sweeter. I'll post the last of the Taylor's tomorrow.

4 comments:

Ann Rogers said...

Have been out of town and have missed a lot of your most recent posts. Wow, wasn't prepared for the still life's after seeing so many of your "trees" and plein air paintings. But really like this new direction, must be a great class with Laurel. Will we ever learn it all...guess not...but nice to keep trying!

julie davis said...

Thanks, Ann. I tend to stay away from still life unless I'm in a class that focuses on it--and it was a good one. Laurel's plein air class starts up next week, so I'll be back to doing that--hopefully we'll get some sunny days to work with. So much to learn, but what fun the process is!

LSaeta said...

Yummy colors!

Barbara M. said...

Hi Julie,

I love these. I don't know where I've been. There's a lot going on here. Too much work.

I've missed so many of your paintings.
Lovely.

xoxoxoxoxBarbara